Option number 5.
1. Put the following sentences in the negative and question form:
He will come to the plant tomorrow.
Will he come to the plant tomorrow?
He will not come to the plant tomorrow.
1. They booked a room in advance.
2. He told much about his travelling.
3. We went to an interesting seminar last week
4. Ann will look through your catalogue.
II. Form the comparative and superlative of adjectives:
high, thin, old, bad, patient, heavy
III. Fill in the blanks, using the pronoun: somebody, something, anybody, anything, nobody, nothing, everybody.
She said something but I didn`t understand it.
1. Please give me ...... .. warm. It`s cold here.
2. I understand ......... now. Thank you for your explanation.
3. There is ......... white in the box. What is it?
4. Is there .......... you want to tell me?
IV. Rewrite the proposal, using correct prepositions:
1. He looked up and smiled ............. her.
2. He took an envelope ......... his pocket.
3. You can book a ticket ......... a certain date.
4. The coach leaves the air terminal ......... the airport.
V. translate the text in writing and give answers to the questions.
We live in the society and have to deal with other people all the time. That is why it is necessary to remember about it every day. Not every person is easy to get along because each of us has its own interests and manners. To make everybody comfortable there exist special rules of behaviour for every person. These rules are called etiquette.
The idea of \u200b\u200bsuch rules goes back to the times when people began to live in groups and understood that it was better to get along with one another than to quarrel or fight. The first rules for proper social behaviour were developed in ancient Greece and Rome. Much of today`s formal etiquette originated in the French royal courts in the late seventeenth century. For example shaking hands is one of the earliest forms of etiquette. Giving somebody his hand a warrior wanted to show that he didn`t have any weapons and came in peace.
Today many of us worry about etiquette: we need to know what to say and how to behave in a particular situation. Our language and our manners must be appropriate to the situation.
1. How do we call special rules of behaviour?
2. When did etiquette appear?
3. When did today`s formal etiquette originate?
4. What did shaking hands mean for warriors?
VI. Complete the sentences using the right words from the frame. Use each word only once. The frame has an extra word which should not be used.
famous individual centre satisfy accommodate suites provide
You can find Sheraton hotels on all the continents of the world. They are .... 1 ........ for their good food and services. The Sheraton-Damascus in Syria was built to ...... 2 ...... the growing need for hotel living both for .... 3 ..... guests and those travelling in groups. The hotel is situated near the commercial .... 4 ... of the capital and is an ideal place for conferences, shows and exhibitions.
The Sheraton-Damascus is a first-class hotel and can ..... 5 ....... up to 800 guests in its rooms and ..... 6 ......